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Jeff Stoutland
Offensive Line Coach

Biography

After spending two seasons coaching one of the nation’s most dominant offensive lines at the University of Alabama, Jeff Stoutland joined the Eagles as the team’s offensive line coach in the 2013 offseason.

One of the nation’s most respected offensive line coaches, Stoutland boasts 32 years of coaching experience, including lengthy stints at Miami (2007-10), Michigan State (2000-06) and Syracuse (1997-99).

In his three seasons as the Eagles offensive line coach, Stoutland has been part of a staff that has helped the Eagles offense set single-season franchise records in points (474, 2014), touchdowns (54, 2014), completions (405, 2015), gross passing yards (4,581, 2014) and first downs (356, 2014). Under Stoutland’s tutelage, T Jason Peters has earned three-consecutive Pro Bowl berths and two All-Pro selections. He coached a unit in 2014 that featured three Pro Bowlers and in 2013, Stoutland’s line paved the way for Pro Bowl RB LeSean McCoy who led the NFL in rushing with a Eagles franchise-record 1,607 yards.

At Alabama, Stoutland was part of a staff that coached the Crimson Tide to back-to-back BCS National Championships in 2011 and 2012. During his two years with the team, Stoutland helped produce two first-team All-Americans, two first-team All-SEC selections, a Rimington Trophy winner (nation’s top center) and an Outland Trophy honoree (nation’s top interior lineman).

A four-year letterman and three-year starter at inside linebacker at Southern Connecticut State, Stoutland earned Little All-America honors as a senior and was named a team captain. He earned his bachelor’s degree in physical education in 1984 and added a master’s degree in exercise physiology in 1986.

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After spending two seasons coaching one of the nation’s most dominant offensive lines at the University of Alabama, Jeff Stoutland joined the Eagles as the team’s offensive line coach in the 2013 offseason.

One of the nation’s most respected offensive line coaches, Stoutland boasts 32 years of coaching experience, including lengthy stints at Miami (2007-10), Michigan State (2000-06) and Syracuse (1997-99).

In his three seasons as the Eagles offensive line coach, Stoutland has been part of a staff that has helped the Eagles offense set single-season franchise records in points (474, 2014), touchdowns (54, 2014), completions (405, 2015), gross passing yards (4,581, 2014) and first downs (356, 2014). Under Stoutland’s tutelage, T Jason Peters has earned three-consecutive Pro Bowl berths and two All-Pro selections. He coached a unit in 2014 that featured three Pro Bowlers and in 2013, Stoutland’s line paved the way for Pro Bowl RB LeSean McCoy who led the NFL in rushing with a Eagles franchise-record 1,607 yards.

At Alabama, Stoutland was part of a staff that coached the Crimson Tide to back-to-back BCS National Championships in 2011 and 2012. During his two years with the team, Stoutland helped produce two first-team All-Americans, two first-team All-SEC selections, a Rimington Trophy winner (nation’s top center) and an Outland Trophy honoree (nation’s top interior lineman).

A four-year letterman and three-year starter at inside linebacker at Southern Connecticut State, Stoutland earned Little All-America honors as a senior and was named a team captain. He earned his bachelor’s degree in physical education in 1984 and added a master’s degree in exercise physiology in 1986.

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